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Let's Play A Game Called Are These Asbestos Tiles That I Just ...21 Aug 2013 ... I didn't break one single tile while removing them. (Some of the tiles are broken, but they were already like that just from years and years of wear.) And in about 30 minutes (yes, thirty minutes!!), the kitchen floor looked like this floor boards underneath vinyl tile - possible asbestos tile. It was seriously the quickest and easiest old flooring removal I've ever doneEVERand IT.WAS.AWESOME. Talk about immediate gratification!! So I headed home, so proud of ...

We painted the old, dates asbestos tile we found beneath our ...We painted the old, dates asbestos tile we found beneath our carpeting with black porch & patio paint for an instant update in our living room!

Basement Floor with Asbestos Tiling - can I cover them? | The Home ...28 Jul 2011 ... I generally have reservations at least with peel and stick vinyl of your existing floor, due to the fact that if you ever want to remove them in the future, you could remove any layers of asbestos tile underneath as well. The best ... As for your other question regarding using a leveling product from your other post....any uneven broken tiles must be removed prior to installation for your new flooring. If there is any .... My question is, what sealer do I put over the porch paint?

Solutions for Asbestos Tile Floor in Basement? - Mr. Money ...15 Nov 2013 ... Given the large size of the floor, this would require an underlayment to prevent cracked tiles over time. (estimated .... I would feel good about putting Allure over asbestos in a basement, because the combination of vinyl, overlapping lips linking all the tiles together and adhesive seems like a pretty effective encapsulator. Here's why I ..... But they have a porch & floor Paint that dries to a satin finish, is self-priming, and comes in any color from their color deck. The cost is ...

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asbestos tile/worried sick - Houzz10 Nov 2005 ... Now if you would have removed them and broken them in the process or sanded them or scraped them, then there would have been a potential hazard. Given what I did for a living, I'm very conscious of environmental hazards, but you also need to keep perspective: almost every house in the U.S. that is older than 30-35 years probably has asbestos containing tile/flooring and lead paint. If these materials are in good shape, and if your toddler doesn't chew on the ...

Can I Paint Over Asbestos Floor Tiles? | Basements, Basement ...Many houses built before the 1980s used vinyl tiles containing asbestos as flooring. While asbestos is a frightening word for homeowners, the durability of thes.

6 Asbestos Floor Tile Dangers | DoItYourself.comasbestos floor tile was popular in construction throughout the United Stated till about 1980. asbestos is a good insulator, resists chemical attack and is also highly durable. However, it also poses several serious health risks. Several facts about the dangers of this building material have been uncovered and asbestos is rarely used in flooring nowadays. However, many older homes may have asbestos floor tile, or flooring that contains asbestos. asbestos is only dangerous in floor tile ...

how to paint a tile floor, and what you should think about before you ...how to paint a tile floor, and what you should think about before you do!

Unwittingly removed asbestos floor tiles. What's the deal? - Houzz17 Jun 2010 ... He tore out the basement carpet this weekend and noticed an ugly tile. Not sure if it has asbestos in it but my question is... We didn't tear any of it up, but when he tore up the carpet pad, some of the tiles came up with it, and he threw it away. Some of the tiles had clearly broken under the carpet but just were in pieces. He just picked it up and threw it away and laid a wood laminate flooring over it. So it's all covered except one area in a small storage area with a freezer ...

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Can I Paint Over Asbestos Floor Tiles? | Basements, Vinyl tiles and ...Many houses built before the 1980s used vinyl tiles containing asbestos as flooring. While asbestos is a frightening word for homeowners, the durability of thes.

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How to Reduce the Hazard Floor Tiles That May Contain AsbestosYou can simply cover the suspect flooring with a new material: -- wall to wall carpeting -- vinyl or sheet resilient flooring -- new layer of resilient tile flooring -- a wooden subfloor and new resilient tile flooring. At above left we illustrate this result: ceramic tiles have been installed atop the original floor covering. If your new floor is to be tile placed on top of old asbestos tile flooring, you might need to use a floor filler over openings left where broken tiles were removed, so that the floor ...

Asbestos Tile? What did you do with yours? - Houzz14 Mar 2014 ... jwardnw. We "just" bought a house ('born' in '51) in January and there was asbestos tiles in the basement laundry room. The rest of the basement is carpeted and I'm sure the PO covered up the other tiles. We had a company even out the floor with a thinset (I think?) and put rolled vinyl flooring on top. I'm glad the asbestos is out of sight, out of mind. Thankfully there weren't TOO many broken tiles to begin with. Now...how to deal with the asbestos tape on the ductwork?

Asbestos Floor Tiles | This Old HouseTom Silva replies: The advice you received is correct: The best way to deal with old asbestos floor tiles is to cover them up. That's enough to prevent the damage and wear that can release fibers into the air; no sealer is needed. Carpeting and a suitable pad will do the trick. In a basement I'd suggest a rubber-based carpet pad rather than a fiber pad. You could also cover the tiles with new vinyl flooring, linoleum, or even ceramic tiles. However, as a favor to future owners of your house, ...

Basement Floor with Asbestos Tiling - can I cover them? | The Home ...28 Jul 2011 ... Our home was built late 1950's early 1960's. The basement floor has the 9X9 tiles (brown and white) that we believe has asbestos in them. Unfortunately on some of the tiles the corners are cracked and came up and I believe you can see the cement flooring underneath. I've been given advice from several experts one being take the floor up, two - leave it, seal (vapor seal), and cover over, and three just cover over the tiles. I think it would be extremely costly for me to ...

PAINTING THE LIVING ROOM FLOOR TILES: PART I13 Apr 2015 ... PAINTING THE LIVING ROOM floor tileS. Olive green 1950's asbestos tile! Yay! Is the sarcasm reaching through your computer screen and slapping you in the face? #LongLiveTheChevron. While I can definitely appreciate a let's call it vintage flooring option in the right context, this baby wasn't doing anything for me, not to mention the fact that it didn't go all the way to the wall in places where we ripped out the old paneling as well as a few little damaged spots ...

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